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Valuing diversity: guidance for labour market integration of migrants

Arguing for guidance to ease the integration of third country immigrants into the European labour market may seem untimely given today’s high youth unemployment, but anticipating future developments and informing policy-makers is one of Cedefop’s main tasks.

Although labour demand will continue to be weak in the coming years, Cedefop’s skill forecasts point to another challenge already visible in some countries: namely a falling labour supply and shortages as the population ages. Tackling this may require not only bringing more indigenous people into the labour force, but also encourage economic migration to address skill shortages.

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Valuing diversity: guidance for labour market integration of migrants

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DOI: 10.2801/79010TI-BA-14-003-EN-NISBN: 978-92-896-1637-923/09/20142.52 MB

Valuing diversity: guidance for labour market integration of migrants (ebook)

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DOI: 10.2801/78983TI-BA-14-003-EN-EISBN: 978-92-896-1638-623/09/20142.19 MB

Background material: case studies

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.23/09/20141.12 MB

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2014
September
6124

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